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Plain, unloved, and with no money and no family. Jane is alone in the world. She takes up a position as governess at Thornfield Hall, the grand home of the mysterious Mr.Rochester. Jane thrives in the company of her new companions and enjoys life at Thornfield. However, when she goes up to the very top floor of the house, she hears strange sounds. Jane begins to suspect that not all is as it seems at Thornfield- and that her employer, Mr. Rochester, may be hiding a painful secret.

Description

Story Land Literature aims to bring the joy of classic literature to the very youngest audience. Tailored to meet the needs of students at preparatory level, each story is selected and re-told to help students gain confidence as they grow their knowledge of English language and literature.

Components

  • Adapted for Students of English,
  • With activity pages and extension work,
  • with pre-reading, post-reading and critical thinking questions,
  • Accompanied by colourful and engaging illustrations,
  • Glossary with targeted vocabulary words.
  • E-book

Book Details

Components

Audio book, E-book, Story Book

ISBN

978-960-657-017-9

Word Count

16000-18000

Author

Charlotte Brontë,

Eleanor Parkin (Editor)

Publisher

Prime Press

Series

Story Land Literature